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On April 24, 2014, the nonprofit Carter Burden Gallery welcomes the spring season with two new exhibitions by older professional artists: Gerson Leiber, Rites of Spring: A Modernist View of Nature and Arnold Wechsler, On the Wall. The exhibitions will run from April 24 – May 15, 2014, with an opening reception on Thursday, April 24th from 6- 8pm.
On April 24, 2014 at Webster Hall, 125 E 11th St. in New York City from 6:30 PM -10:30 PM, Ben Moon will have his SURREAL MACHINE album release party. Also DJing at the event will be Jose Nunez and Monikkr. SURREAL MACHINE features the hit single Change (Jose Nunez Remix). The album title SURREAL MACHINE comes from an art piece comprised of project visuals and interactive social media, as well as live and pre-recorded music, creating a literal “interface” where art and life merge into a radical new reality, "the world of Ben Moon." Moon will also be selling pieces of his artwork the night of the event. The evening will also have an open bar for a limited amount of time and passed around hors d'oeuvres.
Last December, the Macau Government Tourist Office hosted ten U.S.-based artists, comprised of photographers, videographers, illustrators, and painters on a four-day visit to Macau. During the trip, the artists had the opportunity to explore Macau on their own, and upon return to the U.S., created several paintings, drawings, videos, and photographs inspired by their trip. Beginning on April 25, the Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO) will host an exhibition entitled "Classic Macau: Artwork Inspired By Macau" at the Wilkinson Gallery at New York Academy of Art (NYAA) featuring artwork created by U.S.-based artists inspired by Macau, China that will run through May 6, 2014. The exhibit at the Wilkinson Gallery will feature approximately 50 pieces of artwork, including videos, paintings, drawings, and photographs inspired by Macau. This multi-media exhibit, will enable attendees to experience Macau’s extraordinary architecture, heritage, and culture through a variety of mediums.
The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition (BWAC) is holding its spring art show from April 26 through June 1 and this year’s enthusiastic response from artists across the country guarantees a unique and diversified exercise of the imagination.
Maryland based ClancyWorks Dance Company has partnered with Australian company Zeta Dance Group to bring an exhilarating and thought- provoking performance not to be missed! Saturday, April 26 at 8:00 these two companies will transform the spacious Green Spaces Studio into an intimate and inspiring exchange between performers and audience as they delve into questions of identity, artistry, cooperation and competition.
A Community Festival Celebrating Earth Day & the Arts Saturday, April 26, 2014, Noon to 7pm Tompkinsville Park, Staten Island FREE (Staten Island, Friday, March 27, 2014) – The St. George Day Festival, a local Earth Day and arts celebration, will take place Saturday, April 26, 2014 from Noon to 7pm in and around Tompkinsville Park in Staten Island. This free, North Shore event -- a community pageant, performing arts showcase, literary event and interactive science fair rolled into one -- will include kids’ activities, family- oriented fun, outdoor art installations, live music, street performance, crafts and Earth Day demonstrations. Three of St. George Day’s signature offerings, the Earth Day Zone, the Festival Dragon Parade, and the giant puppet spectacle,“St. George & the Friendly Dragon,” will again be presented. An Earth Day event like no other, the festival invites visitors to imagine the possibilities of what their neighborhood can be when bonded by a deep commitment to the arts, humanities, and the environment. For more details, visit www.stgeorgedaysi.com.
Categories: Arts, Programs
Masayo Nishimura; The New Horizon - Scenes in northern Japan nearly two years after the disaster - PhotographyPresented by Ceres gallery
Come to a night of beat dropping, tapes popping, and words non-stopping hip hop and spoken word with NYU's baddest, raddest, (and sometimes saddest) kidz from Bryonn Bain's Spring 2014 "Microphone Fiends" Gallatin class! For one night only, this eclectic crew hailing from NYU will be performing original works of poetry/ rap, as featured on our class mixtape: The Heater.
Internationally acclaimed bass-baritone, Eric Owens, visits The Juilliard School for a live-streamed master class with singers from the Ellen and James S. Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts. The class concludes with a session of questions for Mr. Owens submitted from the audience and online